Doogee announced a trio of new Android tablets varying in size from the 8.4-inch T20mini Pro to the 11-inch T30 Ultra and 12-inch T20 Ultra. The two larger-screen tablets offer entry-level specs with MediaTek Helio G99 chipsets and boot Android 13.
Doogee T30 Ultra
T30 Ultra boasts an 11-inch IPS LCD with a 1,600 x 2,560 px resolution and an 8MP front-facing camera. The display features Widevine L1 support for streaming services and has a TUV SUD Blue light certification. The rest of the spec sheet includes 12GB RAM and 256GB storage which is expandable via the microSD card slot.
There’s a 16MP main camera around the back and quad speakers on the sides. The battery comes in at 8,850 mAh with 18W charging support. T30 Ultra comes in black and grey colors and will retail for $300/€280/£245 and is on pre-order from Doogee’s official online store. Open sales will start on November 11.
Doogee T20 Ultra
T20 Ultra gets a larger 12-inch LCD with the same 1,600 x 2,560 px resolution as the T30 Ultra. The device also boasts quad speakers, Widevine L1 and TUV SUD Blue light certification. The major difference compared to the T30 Ultra is the larger 10,800 mAh battery with 18W wired charging support and reverse charging. The 8MP front-facing camera and 16MP rear-facing shooters are carried over. You also get stylus support. The T20 Ultra will be available from November 11.
Doogee T20mini Pro
T20mini Pro features an 8.4-inch LCD with FHD+ resolution, Widevine L1 and TUV SUD Blue light certification as well as stylus support. The tablet is equipped with an unspecified eight-core chipset clocked at 1.6GHz alongside 256GB storage. You also get a 5,060 mAh battery, a 5MP front-facing camera and a 13MP rear shooter. T20mini Pro will be available from November 11.